Bell Bio Energy Inc Ramping Up Their Website

May 15, 2008

A google search this morning revealed the following.

I wish I lived in GA. I would love to be a part of this revolutionary company, especially to start from the ground up. If you know anyone who would be interested, pass this link along..


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I am a member of the research and development team for Bell Bio-Energy, Inc. To answer your first question about our company: yes – we have been able to convert biomass waste into hydrocarbon molecules; some of which will serve as much needed transportation fuels. For every ton of biomass feedstock processed, we estimate that approximately 2 barrels of biofuel can be produced. A recent study conducted by the USDA revealed that there is at least 1.3 billion tons of biomass available from forest and agricultural lands in the USA alone. You can do the math for an idea of the potential production capacity!

Ensuring the security of America’s future energy supply is our primary objective at Bell Bio-Energy, Inc. Additionally, we also understand the potential impact our industry will have not only on our country, but on the world and environment as well.

I have been charged with the responsibility of creating a world class web site for Bell Bio-Energy, Inc. I am on a mission to recruit talented people who are sincerely dedicated to leaving a positive and lasting impression on our world. It is of the utmost importance that our web site reflects the professional caliber and critically important goals of this effort. The cutting-edge web site will be designed to educate and attract interested citizens who desire to contribute to our revolutionary efforts.

I encourage you to begin to put into shape your ideas for how you believe our web site should appear and function. We are open to any of the latest web development technologies you believe will best serve us in our tasks of educating concerned citizens and attracting potential investors.

I would also ask that you “network” and communicate with other gifted individuals that you feel would make an excellent and worthwhile addition to our web development team.

I sincerely ask you to strongly consider becoming a part of our historical company. For your creativity and donated energy, we will have no reservations in providing you (and your company) with necessary and positive representation on our web site. As you can see, this will be a win-win situation for all involved. Our hope is that ten years from now, you will be able to look back with pride and say “Yea, I had a part in developing that great company.”


Their Opinion: A big story — right here in Tifton [Bell Bio-Energy]

May 6, 2008

Their Opinion: A big story — right here in Tifton

By Jana Cone

It has been over a month now since I wrote the biggest news story of my journalism career — and I don’t think anyone in Tifton read it. It ran on Saturday, March 15, with the headline “Researcher: Discovery could end energy crisis.” It was at the top of the front page.

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It was an incredible story. Maybe too incredible. That seems to be the consensus of other news reporters around the country who have been calling me for the past month to ask why my story wasn’t a national news story. I told all of them the same thing I will tell you: I honestly don’t know the answer to that question. The Gazette is a member of the Associated Press and they were free to pick up the article and run it. They didn’t.

The story was about Tifton resident J.C. Bell who has found the solution to the world’s energy crisis through genetic modification and cloning of bacterial organisms that can convert bio-mass into hydrocarbon on a grand scale. Hydrocarbon = gas. Think about this next week when you are at the gas pump paying $3.50 a gallon. Think about the Tifton man who is capable of making as much gas as we will ever need — and he can make it cheap.

How cheap you ask? Well, I didn’t put that part in my article, but let me tell you I think he could probably make it for 25 cents a gallon — but the government would most likely never allow that. The reason he could make it that cheap is because the process is so simple and the materials are essentially free. All he requires is a big tank (think of a silo, maybe), a handful of this bacteria (well, I don’t know that the recipe calls for a handful) and some tree limbs, corns husks, or any of those other once-living things that we dispose of (called bio-mass). Mix the bacteria and the bio-mass together, stir around a little and out comes gas. That simple.

Take a deep breath and let this idea seep into your head. All the gas we want or need. For 25 cents a gallon. Forever. And you don’t have to modify any of our vehicles. And it is environmentally friendly. That would pretty well end the energy crisis and this country’s dependence on foreign oil, don’t you think?

Do you doubt that he can do it? Let me tell you, I believe he can do it. The U.S. defense department believes he can do it. On April 15, J.C. was invited by the defense department to speak at the World Wide Energy Conference held in Arlington, Virginia. He was up there talking alongside speakers from ExxonMobile and the National Science Foundation.

He must have given a good presentation, because shortly afterwards my phone starting ringing. The first to call was Joe Kovacs with WorldNet Daily. He wrote an article headlined: National news media burying amazing oil breakthrough? The last one to call was Herman Cain. He is a news columnist, businessman, politician and former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza. He is also a substitute host on the Neal Boortz radio talk show. He called to say the story was HUGE and to ask for J.C.’s phone number. I think this thing is finally starting to pick up speed.

When I last spoke with J.C. he had not decided where to locate his facilities. The Tifton chamber crowd had started “courting” him, as well they should. J.C. could change the entire economic picture for Tifton single-handedly. I envision a day when there will be a sign at the city limits that says, “Home of J.C. Bell.” By the way, I understand J.C. is distantly related to Alexander Graham Bell, who came up with a dandy invention also.

As he walked me to my car the day of the interview, we had a conversation that went something like this:

Me: You will be a billionaire.

J.C.: I know it.

Me: Your whole family will be billionaires.

J.C.: I know it.

Me: There are people who won’t like this idea.

J.C.: I know it.

Me: There are people who will want to harm you.

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J.C.: I know it.

Me: Is that why I wasn’t allowed to take your photo this time?

J.C.: Yes.

Then, I asked the most important question: Will Bell Bio-Energy, Inc. be a publicly traded stock? He said it would be soon.

When I got back to the office to write the article I was nervous. It is the first time I have ever been nervous about writing an article. I told Flo, my editor, it was the most important article I had ever written. I paced, puffed — and wrote.

Then no one read it. Such is the strange life of a journalist.